Nice! I guess this would cut down on these locks being used pretty fast.
If you are really that blind, try replacing this with "poison gas" (which it legally likely is, as "shortness of breath" may well kill somebody) or "explosives". The idea is driven by an entirely understandable hatred of the utter scum that bicycle thieves are, but it is not viable.
There is also the thing that it is entirely possible and easy to configure a Linux installation insecurely. You just have to be incompetent and ignore all advice. Many IoT profiteers apparently fit that description.
Same here. It requires a special kind of stupid to associate "new" with "good" unconditionally.
Rejecting trash is not "being inflexible". It is being flexible and reacting to the situation. Upgrading, no matter what utter trash the vendor puts out is inflexible and stupid.
Sounds entirely reasonable. By now, Windows users have to treat the OS vendor as a malicious adversary...
... can you please stick to making public statements about things you actually have a clue about? I do not mind you having opinions about things you do not understand, like AI, but as soon as you make public statements about them, a bunch of morons misinterpret them as a statement by an expert and ridiculous stories like this one here are the result.
Sounds like the war-cry of a dying society...
There is that percentage. However (and that is the whole point), there is no indication that these would be enough to cause problems. There are ample indications to the contrary and that the overall effect would be positive. Just because some people have no grip on their envy is not valid reason to not go the UBI way if its effects are positive.
As a macbook pro user let me say that I will probably not like what Apple shows.
1. I want an m.2 slot for SSDs. They are getting bigger and cheaper and I want the option to upgrade my SSD as they improve.
2. I want memory slots just like my MacBook Pro has. I want the option of adding ram to my notebook like I did with with my MacBook Pro.
3. I want more than one USB ports. A Pro should also have Thunderbolt ports.
4. Keep the audio jack. You do not need to drop it.
Indeed. Foxconn does demonstrate where things are going. They tried by squeezing cheap people to the limit (and now have nets on the top of their buildings to reduce the suicides...), but that apparently does not cut it either. Robots will mean a few very highly qualified people and a small number of manual workers assisting those, where before there was a large number of workers. And the lost jobs will never be coming back.
If computers take over (which seems to be their natural tendency), it will serve us right. -- Alistair Cooke